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LINQPad Premium Edition v5.40.00 (Any CPU)

LINQPad Premium Edition v5.40.00 (Any CPU)
LINQPad Premium Edition v5.40.00 (Any CPU)


LINQPad is not just for LINQ queries, but any C#/F#/VB expression, statement block or program. Put an end to those hundreds of Visual Studio Console projects cluttering your source folder and join the revolution of LINQPad scripters and incremental developers. Reference your own assemblies and NuGet packages. Prototype your ideas in LINQPad and then paste working code into Visual Studio. Or call your scripts directly from the command-line. Experience LINQPads rich output formatting, optional debugger and autocompletion, and the magic of dynamic development and instant feedback!

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Instantly test any C#/F#/VB snippet or program
Query databases in LINQ (or SQL) SQL/CE/Azure, Oracle, SQLite & MySQL
Enjoy rich output formatting, optional autocompletion and integrated debugging
Script and automate in your favorite .NET language
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LINQPad: The Ultimate .NET Scratchpad
LINQPad can run not only LINQ queries, but any C#/F#/VB expression, statement or program.
For instance, have you ever needed to test a DateTime format string? In LINQPad, just enter the expression and hit F5:



With LINQPad's instant edit/run cycle and optional full autocompletion, you'll have code snippets fully tweaked in less time than it takes to bring up Visual Studio's Add Reference dialog!

What about testing a regular expression? You'll start using Regex a lot more once you have LINQPad:



Notice how LINQPad nicely formats the Match object. Complex object graphs are much more readable in LINQPad's output window.

To run a series of statements, just change the "Language" combo to Statements (or hit Ctrl+2):



Again, you can keep tweaking your code until it does what you want, then paste working code into Visual Studio.

You can even run a full program with additional methods: just change the Language to Program, and LINQPad will wrap your code in a Main method so you can write additional methods and classes.

Need to reference custom assemblies or NuGet references? No problem: just hit F4 for the Add Reference dialog.

Additional benefits:

LINQPad reports the execution time in the status bar, so you won't have to manually create a Stopwatch class for performance testing.
Want to test a variation of your snippet? Ctrl+Shift+C instantly clones your snippet so you can run another version side-by-side.
You can return to saved queries in single click, thanks to the My Queries treeview. Use LINQPad as a scripting tool!
You can call Dump on any WPF or Windows Forms control and LINQPad will render it. This is a great way to write custom visualizers.
In the My Queries treeview, you'll see a query called My Extensions. Here's where you can write methods and classes that will be available to all queries.

What's New in 5.40
The editor now automatically detects external changes to open files and displays a re-load prompt.
LINQPad 5 now supports NuGet packages that target .NET Framework 4.8.
LINQPad is now robust to NuGet release packages with pre-release dependencies, and certain kinds of circular references. It also no longer throws an exception when a corrupt PCL profile is present.
The 'Navigate To' dialog (Control+comma) now includes shortcuts to open and run a query in one step.
There are now Canvas and SVG controls, in addition to the HTML controls added in 5.36.
Window popups generated by a query in the AnyCPU edition now reliably appear in front of the host process.
The built-in charting feature now shows value tooltips.
The rename-symbol feature now works with named tuples.
The editor is now faster with large documents that contain many symbol repetitions.
The namespace cleanup feature now takes into account NuGet references inherited from 'My Extensions'.
The integrated ILSpy has been updated to the latest release (4.0.0.4521).
The CommandTimeout property of DataContext is now honored when calling ExecuteQueryDynamic and ExecuteStoredProcedure.
(Paid editions) If you activate your license on an Amazon EC2 instance, it will now remain valid if the underlying hardware changes (just as with Azure VMs and Roles).
A bug in the Debugger watch window when calling methods on closed generic types has been fixed.
Observables inside DumpContainers now render reliably.
The Dump pipeline now explicitly supports Json.NET objects.
Util.WriteCsv now recognizes ExpandoObjects.
There's now an OpenQuery method in the Util class to open and run a query in the UI.
This build supports newer versions of the experimental Roslyn assemblies, so you can play with C# 8 features such as ranges, indices, and nullable reference types. To enable, go to Edit | Preferences > Query.




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